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    1. [CARRICO-DNA] new match
    2. Linda Boorom
    3. The Carrico cousin I had tested for YDNA just got a new 12 marker match. Not a Carrico! or, his surname is not Carrico. Anyone else? Linda Boorom

    10/07/2019 04:20:22
    1. [CARRICO-DNA] display of results at CARRICO project
    2. Diana Gale Matthiesen via
    3. Just a heads up... When FTDNA revamped the web site interface, they made data NOT showing on the project results page the default. If you want your data to show up here: https://www.familytreedna.com/public/carrico/default.aspx?section=yresults and you don't see it there, now, then you need to change one of the Privacy settings on your FTDNA account. Login to your account at FTDNA, then, on the left under "Your Account," click the "Manage Personal Information" link. Then click the "Privacy and Sharing" tab on the far right. Under "My DNA Results," make certain the answer to this question, "Who can view my DNA results in group project?" is "Anyone." If it says, "Project Members," then your results will not show up on the above Results page, which you want them to do. Displaying results on the above linked page used to be the default, so all you are doing is putting things back the way they were before. Diana CARRICO Y-DNA Surname Project Admin

    02/06/2016 02:42:37
    1. [CARRICO-DNA] uploading to GEDMatch; 23andMe vs FTDNA
    2. Diana Gale Matthiesen via
    3. Both 23andMe and FTDNA have, over the years, upgraded the chip they used to take their autosomal-DNA test. Sometimes these chips were compatible (tested the same locations); sometimes they were not. I'm afraid it seems your results are not compatible with the FTDNA database. One thing you can do is upload your 23andMe results to GEDmatch. Here's an explanation of what GEDMatch is and how to use it: https://sites.google.com/site/interpretyourgenome/home/using-gedmatch The other thing you can do is take the FamilyFinder test at FTDNA. I know it's a bit redundant to do so, but I was in the same boat. That is, I had taken the 23andMe test before the FF test was available, so I ended up uploading my results to GEDMatch, then taking the FF test at FTDNA, too. 23andMe and FTDNA have different algorithms and different population databases for determining origins, so it's interesting to test at both. My results are slightly different at the two companies. Fortunately, FF is not an expensive test. Diana From: David Carico [mailto:david@caricolaw.com] Sent: Saturday, January 02, 2016 8:18 PM To: Diana Gale Matthiesen; carrico-dna@rootsweb.com Subject: Re: [CARRICO-DNA] desc/o Peter I take BigY - preliminary discussion Here is the exact message I get when I attempt to upload at FamilyTree DNA * We only accept autosomal raw data files from Ancestry DNA & 23andMe V3 (sold from about Jan 2011 to Oct 2013). On Sat, Jan 2, 2016 at 4:24 PM, David Carico <david@caricolaw.com> wrote: I attempted several times, but got back a message it only transfers results between a certain date range up to 2011, and my testing fell outside that period. So, i am not sure what's up there. david

    01/02/2016 01:43:21
    1. Re: [CARRICO-DNA] desc/o Peter I take BigY - preliminary discussion
    2. Diana Gale Matthiesen via
    3. Wow! I've always said Peter CARRICO is my most intriguing ancestor. It just gets better and better. I've tested my autosomal DNA at both 23andMe and FTDNA. At the former, I come up 0.1% East Asian (including Mongolia); at the latter, I'm 2% Central Asian (east of Caspian Sea). Please be certain to transfer your 23andMe results to your FTDNA account: https://www.familytreedna.com/autosomalTransfer/ Diana From: David Carico [mailto:david@caricolaw.com] Sent: Saturday, January 02, 2016 1:59 PM To: Diana Gale Matthiesen; carrico-dna@rootsweb.com Subject: Re: [CARRICO-DNA] desc/o Peter I take BigY - preliminary discussion Diana, I looked at the Dmanisi on Wikipedia, it says the area was conquered by the Turco-Mongol armies between 1123-1125. My 23andMe result came back with 0.1% Mongol david On Fri, Jan 1, 2016 at 8:16 AM, Diana Gale Matthiesen via <carrico-dna@rootsweb.com> wrote: Hello List, Four descendants of Peter CARRICO, 1674 immigrant to Maryland, have been BigY tested, and all four have submitted their test results to YFull.com for analysis. http://www.yfull.com/ The analyses are complete for only two of them; analyses for the other two are pending. The results, so far, are interesting enough that I didn't want to wait for all four to be completed before putting what we have online, on this page: http://dgmweb.net/DNA/Carrico/CarricoDNA-BigY-YFull-Y17067.html There's no point in repeating, here, what I say, there, but I would highlight the fact that we are even more rare than we believed. This is both intriguing and way kewl, in my book, but it is a bit of a disappoint with regard to our historical origin. Our unique subclade, J2-M17067, branched off the J2 haplotree so soon after the appearance of J2-M67, that it gives us no clue as to our recent, as in historical, geographic origin - beyond what we already knew about the origin of J2-M67, which appeared ca. 12,500 YBP (years before present) in a geographic region East of the Black Sea. Now, if you follow developments in paleoanthropology, this is a very interesting region from which to have originated - just Google "Dmanisi." Not to imply we were there 1.8 MYBP (million years before present), only that it has been an important place in human history ever since. The ancient "Silk Road" passes through it. On the up side, it does appear that the STR markers included in the BigY may very well help us in defining lines of descent from Peter. We'll know better when the rest of the analyses return. Diana ------------------------------- The topic of the CARRICO-DNA list is DNA testing in relationship to surname CARRICO and its variations. For messages relating just to CARRICO genealogy, please post to the CARRICO mailing list. ------------------------------- To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to CARRICO-DNA-request@rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and the body of the message -- <http://danotech.com/caricolaw/images/email_logo.gif> DAVID CARICO CERTIFIED APPELLATE SPECIALIST 841 Apollo Street, Suite 450 El Segundo, CA 90245-4721 Tel: 310.299.2407 Fax: 424.290.8440 david@caricolaw.com www.caricolaw.com

    01/02/2016 12:15:07
    1. Re: [CARRICO-DNA] desc/o Peter I take BigY - preliminary discussion
    2. David Carico via
    3. Here is the exact message I get when I attempt to upload at FamilyTree DNA - We only accept autosomal raw data files from Ancestry DNA & 23andMe V3 (sold from about Jan 2011 to Oct 2013). On Sat, Jan 2, 2016 at 4:24 PM, David Carico <david@caricolaw.com> wrote: > I attempted several times, but got back a message it only transfers > results between a certain date range up to 2011, and my testing fell > outside that period. So, i am not sure what's up there. > > david > > On Sat, Jan 2, 2016 at 4:15 PM, Diana Gale Matthiesen via < > carrico-dna@rootsweb.com> wrote: > >> Wow! I've always said Peter CARRICO is my most intriguing ancestor. It >> just gets better and better. >> >> >> >> I've tested my autosomal DNA at both 23andMe and FTDNA. At the former, I >> come up 0.1% East Asian (including Mongolia); at the latter, I'm 2% Central >> Asian (east of Caspian Sea). >> >> >> >> Please be certain to transfer your 23andMe results to your FTDNA account: >> >> https://www.familytreedna.com/autosomalTransfer/ >> >> >> >> Diana >> >> >> >> From: David Carico [mailto:david@caricolaw.com] >> Sent: Saturday, January 02, 2016 1:59 PM >> To: Diana Gale Matthiesen; carrico-dna@rootsweb.com >> Subject: Re: [CARRICO-DNA] desc/o Peter I take BigY - preliminary >> discussion >> >> >> >> Diana, >> >> >> >> I looked at the Dmanisi on Wikipedia, it says the area was conquered by >> the Turco-Mongol armies between 1123-1125. My 23andMe result came back >> with 0.1% Mongol >> >> >> >> david >> >> >> >> On Fri, Jan 1, 2016 at 8:16 AM, Diana Gale Matthiesen via < >> carrico-dna@rootsweb.com> wrote: >> >> Hello List, >> >> Four descendants of Peter CARRICO, 1674 immigrant to Maryland, have been >> BigY >> tested, and all four have submitted their test results to YFull.com for >> analysis. >> >> http://www.yfull.com/ >> >> The analyses are complete for only two of them; analyses for the other >> two are >> pending. The results, so far, are interesting enough that I didn't want >> to wait >> for all four to be completed before putting what we have online, on this >> page: >> >> http://dgmweb.net/DNA/Carrico/CarricoDNA-BigY-YFull-Y17067.html >> >> There's no point in repeating, here, what I say, there, but I would >> highlight >> the fact that we are even more rare than we believed. This is both >> intriguing >> and way kewl, in my book, but it is a bit of a disappoint with regard to >> our >> historical origin. >> >> Our unique subclade, J2-M17067, branched off the J2 haplotree so soon >> after the >> appearance of J2-M67, that it gives us no clue as to our recent, as in >> historical, geographic origin - beyond what we already knew about the >> origin of >> J2-M67, which appeared ca. 12,500 YBP (years before present) in a >> geographic >> region East of the Black Sea. >> >> Now, if you follow developments in paleoanthropology, this is a very >> interesting >> region from which to have originated - just Google "Dmanisi." Not to >> imply we >> were there 1.8 MYBP (million years before present), only that it has been >> an >> important place in human history ever since. The ancient "Silk Road" >> passes >> through it. >> >> On the up side, it does appear that the STR markers included in the BigY >> may >> very well help us in defining lines of descent from Peter. We'll know >> better >> when the rest of the analyses return. >> >> Diana >> >> >> >> ------------------------------- >> The topic of the CARRICO-DNA list is DNA testing in relationship to >> surname CARRICO and its variations. >> For messages relating just to CARRICO genealogy, please post to the >> CARRICO mailing list. >> ------------------------------- >> To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to >> CARRICO-DNA-request@rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' without the >> quotes in the subject and the body of the message >> >> >> >> >> >> >> >> -- >> >> <http://danotech.com/caricolaw/images/email_logo.gif> >> >> DAVID CARICO >> >> CERTIFIED APPELLATE SPECIALIST >> >> 841 Apollo Street, Suite 450 >> >> El Segundo, CA 90245-4721 >> >> Tel: 310.299.2407 >> Fax: 424.290.8440 >> >> david@caricolaw.com >> >> www.caricolaw.com >> >> >> >> >> >> >> >> ------------------------------- >> The topic of the CARRICO-DNA list is DNA testing in relationship to >> surname CARRICO and its variations. >> For messages relating just to CARRICO genealogy, please post to the >> CARRICO mailing list. >> ------------------------------- >> To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to >> CARRICO-DNA-request@rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' without the >> quotes in the subject and the body of the message >> > > > > -- > *DAVID CARICO* > *CERTIFIED APPELLATE SPECIALIST* > 841 Apollo Street, Suite 450 > El Segundo, CA 90245-4721 > Tel: 310.299.2407 > Fax: 424.290.8440 > david@caricolaw.com > www.caricolaw.com > > -- *DAVID CARICO* *CERTIFIED APPELLATE SPECIALIST* 841 Apollo Street, Suite 450 El Segundo, CA 90245-4721 Tel: 310.299.2407 Fax: 424.290.8440 david@caricolaw.com www.caricolaw.com

    01/02/2016 10:18:24
    1. Re: [CARRICO-DNA] desc/o Peter I take BigY - preliminary discussion
    2. David Carico via
    3. I attempted several times, but got back a message it only transfers results between a certain date range up to 2011, and my testing fell outside that period. So, i am not sure what's up there. david On Sat, Jan 2, 2016 at 4:15 PM, Diana Gale Matthiesen via < carrico-dna@rootsweb.com> wrote: > Wow! I've always said Peter CARRICO is my most intriguing ancestor. It > just gets better and better. > > > > I've tested my autosomal DNA at both 23andMe and FTDNA. At the former, I > come up 0.1% East Asian (including Mongolia); at the latter, I'm 2% Central > Asian (east of Caspian Sea). > > > > Please be certain to transfer your 23andMe results to your FTDNA account: > > https://www.familytreedna.com/autosomalTransfer/ > > > > Diana > > > > From: David Carico [mailto:david@caricolaw.com] > Sent: Saturday, January 02, 2016 1:59 PM > To: Diana Gale Matthiesen; carrico-dna@rootsweb.com > Subject: Re: [CARRICO-DNA] desc/o Peter I take BigY - preliminary > discussion > > > > Diana, > > > > I looked at the Dmanisi on Wikipedia, it says the area was conquered by > the Turco-Mongol armies between 1123-1125. My 23andMe result came back > with 0.1% Mongol > > > > david > > > > On Fri, Jan 1, 2016 at 8:16 AM, Diana Gale Matthiesen via < > carrico-dna@rootsweb.com> wrote: > > Hello List, > > Four descendants of Peter CARRICO, 1674 immigrant to Maryland, have been > BigY > tested, and all four have submitted their test results to YFull.com for > analysis. > > http://www.yfull.com/ > > The analyses are complete for only two of them; analyses for the other two > are > pending. The results, so far, are interesting enough that I didn't want > to wait > for all four to be completed before putting what we have online, on this > page: > > http://dgmweb.net/DNA/Carrico/CarricoDNA-BigY-YFull-Y17067.html > > There's no point in repeating, here, what I say, there, but I would > highlight > the fact that we are even more rare than we believed. This is both > intriguing > and way kewl, in my book, but it is a bit of a disappoint with regard to > our > historical origin. > > Our unique subclade, J2-M17067, branched off the J2 haplotree so soon > after the > appearance of J2-M67, that it gives us no clue as to our recent, as in > historical, geographic origin - beyond what we already knew about the > origin of > J2-M67, which appeared ca. 12,500 YBP (years before present) in a > geographic > region East of the Black Sea. > > Now, if you follow developments in paleoanthropology, this is a very > interesting > region from which to have originated - just Google "Dmanisi." Not to > imply we > were there 1.8 MYBP (million years before present), only that it has been > an > important place in human history ever since. The ancient "Silk Road" > passes > through it. > > On the up side, it does appear that the STR markers included in the BigY > may > very well help us in defining lines of descent from Peter. We'll know > better > when the rest of the analyses return. > > Diana > > > > ------------------------------- > The topic of the CARRICO-DNA list is DNA testing in relationship to > surname CARRICO and its variations. > For messages relating just to CARRICO genealogy, please post to the > CARRICO mailing list. > ------------------------------- > To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to > CARRICO-DNA-request@rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' without the > quotes in the subject and the body of the message > > > > > > > > -- > > <http://danotech.com/caricolaw/images/email_logo.gif> > > DAVID CARICO > > CERTIFIED APPELLATE SPECIALIST > > 841 Apollo Street, Suite 450 > > El Segundo, CA 90245-4721 > > Tel: 310.299.2407 > Fax: 424.290.8440 > > david@caricolaw.com > > www.caricolaw.com > > > > > > > > ------------------------------- > The topic of the CARRICO-DNA list is DNA testing in relationship to > surname CARRICO and its variations. > For messages relating just to CARRICO genealogy, please post to the > CARRICO mailing list. > ------------------------------- > To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to > CARRICO-DNA-request@rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' without the > quotes in the subject and the body of the message > -- *DAVID CARICO* *CERTIFIED APPELLATE SPECIALIST* 841 Apollo Street, Suite 450 El Segundo, CA 90245-4721 Tel: 310.299.2407 Fax: 424.290.8440 david@caricolaw.com www.caricolaw.com

    01/02/2016 09:24:21
    1. Re: [CARRICO-DNA] desc/o Peter I take BigY - preliminary discussion
    2. David Carico via
    3. Diana, I looked at the Dmanisi on Wikipedia, it says the area was conquered by the Turco-Mongol armies between 1123-1125. My 23andMe result came back with 0.1% Mongol david On Fri, Jan 1, 2016 at 8:16 AM, Diana Gale Matthiesen via < carrico-dna@rootsweb.com> wrote: > Hello List, > > Four descendants of Peter CARRICO, 1674 immigrant to Maryland, have been > BigY > tested, and all four have submitted their test results to YFull.com for > analysis. > > http://www.yfull.com/ > > The analyses are complete for only two of them; analyses for the other two > are > pending. The results, so far, are interesting enough that I didn't want > to wait > for all four to be completed before putting what we have online, on this > page: > > http://dgmweb.net/DNA/Carrico/CarricoDNA-BigY-YFull-Y17067.html > > There's no point in repeating, here, what I say, there, but I would > highlight > the fact that we are even more rare than we believed. This is both > intriguing > and way kewl, in my book, but it is a bit of a disappoint with regard to > our > historical origin. > > Our unique subclade, J2-M17067, branched off the J2 haplotree so soon > after the > appearance of J2-M67, that it gives us no clue as to our recent, as in > historical, geographic origin - beyond what we already knew about the > origin of > J2-M67, which appeared ca. 12,500 YBP (years before present) in a > geographic > region East of the Black Sea. > > Now, if you follow developments in paleoanthropology, this is a very > interesting > region from which to have originated - just Google "Dmanisi." Not to > imply we > were there 1.8 MYBP (million years before present), only that it has been > an > important place in human history ever since. The ancient "Silk Road" > passes > through it. > > On the up side, it does appear that the STR markers included in the BigY > may > very well help us in defining lines of descent from Peter. We'll know > better > when the rest of the analyses return. > > Diana > > > > ------------------------------- > The topic of the CARRICO-DNA list is DNA testing in relationship to > surname CARRICO and its variations. > For messages relating just to CARRICO genealogy, please post to the > CARRICO mailing list. > ------------------------------- > To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to > CARRICO-DNA-request@rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' without the > quotes in the subject and the body of the message > -- *DAVID CARICO* *CERTIFIED APPELLATE SPECIALIST* 841 Apollo Street, Suite 450 El Segundo, CA 90245-4721 Tel: 310.299.2407 Fax: 424.290.8440 david@caricolaw.com www.caricolaw.com

    01/02/2016 03:59:20
    1. Re: [CARRICO-DNA] desc/o Peter I take BigY - preliminary discussion
    2. Diana Gale Matthiesen via
    3. P.S. I'm thinking I may have mis-interpreted the TMRCA data on the YFull Tree (we are J2-Y17067): http://www.yfull.com/tree/J2/ Does anyone understand the notation on this tree better than I do? Diana > -----Original Message----- > From: carrico-dna-bounces@rootsweb.com [mailto:carrico-dna- > bounces@rootsweb.com] On Behalf Of Diana Gale Matthiesen via > Sent: Friday, January 01, 2016 11:16 AM > To: CARRICO-DNA@rootsweb.com > Subject: [CARRICO-DNA] desc/o Peter I take BigY - preliminary discussion > > Hello List, > > Four descendants of Peter CARRICO, 1674 immigrant to Maryland, have been BigY > tested, and all four have submitted their test results to YFull.com for > analysis. > > http://www.yfull.com/ > > The analyses are complete for only two of them; analyses for the other two are > pending. The results, so far, are interesting enough that I didn't want to > wait > for all four to be completed before putting what we have online, on this page: > > http://dgmweb.net/DNA/Carrico/CarricoDNA-BigY-YFull-Y17067.html > > There's no point in repeating, here, what I say, there, but I would highlight > the fact that we are even more rare than we believed. This is both intriguing > and way kewl, in my book, but it is a bit of a disappoint with regard to our > historical origin. > > Our unique subclade, J2-M17067, branched off the J2 haplotree so soon after > the > appearance of J2-M67, that it gives us no clue as to our recent, as in > historical, geographic origin - beyond what we already knew about the origin > of > J2-M67, which appeared ca. 12,500 YBP (years before present) in a geographic > region East of the Black Sea. > > Now, if you follow developments in paleoanthropology, this is a very > interesting > region from which to have originated - just Google "Dmanisi." Not to imply we > were there 1.8 MYBP (million years before present), only that it has been an > important place in human history ever since. The ancient "Silk Road" passes > through it. > > On the up side, it does appear that the STR markers included in the BigY may > very well help us in defining lines of descent from Peter. We'll know better > when the rest of the analyses return. > > Diana

    01/01/2016 05:59:45
    1. [CARRICO-DNA] desc/o Peter I take BigY - preliminary discussion
    2. Diana Gale Matthiesen via
    3. Hello List, Four descendants of Peter CARRICO, 1674 immigrant to Maryland, have been BigY tested, and all four have submitted their test results to YFull.com for analysis. http://www.yfull.com/ The analyses are complete for only two of them; analyses for the other two are pending. The results, so far, are interesting enough that I didn't want to wait for all four to be completed before putting what we have online, on this page: http://dgmweb.net/DNA/Carrico/CarricoDNA-BigY-YFull-Y17067.html There's no point in repeating, here, what I say, there, but I would highlight the fact that we are even more rare than we believed. This is both intriguing and way kewl, in my book, but it is a bit of a disappoint with regard to our historical origin. Our unique subclade, J2-M17067, branched off the J2 haplotree so soon after the appearance of J2-M67, that it gives us no clue as to our recent, as in historical, geographic origin - beyond what we already knew about the origin of J2-M67, which appeared ca. 12,500 YBP (years before present) in a geographic region East of the Black Sea. Now, if you follow developments in paleoanthropology, this is a very interesting region from which to have originated - just Google "Dmanisi." Not to imply we were there 1.8 MYBP (million years before present), only that it has been an important place in human history ever since. The ancient "Silk Road" passes through it. On the up side, it does appear that the STR markers included in the BigY may very well help us in defining lines of descent from Peter. We'll know better when the rest of the analyses return. Diana

    01/01/2016 04:16:07
    1. [CARRICO-DNA] new member #447519, desc/o Peter thru Abel
    2. Diana Gale Matthiesen via
    3. Hello List, We have a new CARRICO project member (#447519), a descendant of Peter CARRICO, 1674 immigrant to Maryland, on this line: Peter CARRICO _Abel CARRICO I & Elizabeth SEMMES __Abel CARRICO II & Nancy Ann KENT ___Joseph Montgomery CARRICO & Martha Patsy ISOM ____Alexander CARRICO & Mary Jane EDWARDS _____William A. CARRICO & Sarah MINTON ______Isaac Boyd CARICO & Dora A. BOND _______Pvt ________Pvt #447519 He's a 65/67 match with the family's modal haplotype: http://dgmweb.net/DNA/Carrico/CarricoDNA-results-HgJ2a4b.html#data so there's no doubt as to his membership in the family. Diana

    01/01/2016 01:12:31
    1. [CARRICO-DNA] descendants of Peter CARRICO - do not take FTDNA J2-M172 SNP bundle
    2. Diana Gale Matthiesen via
    3. Hello List, Those of you who are Haplogroup J2-M172 or J2-M67 descendants of Peter CARRICO, 1674 immigrant to Maryland, will presumably have a "special offer" on your Haplogroup page for a "J2-M172 SNP Pack." This pack is a good deal for most J2's, but members of this family should NOT spend their money on it. Four members of this family have taken the BigY and demonstrated that members of this family will be NEGATIVE for all the SNPs in this bundle (i.e., all SNPs downstream of M67 currently tested by FTDNA) so there's no point in continuing to test these SNPs. I have some interesting preliminary information about the BigY results, which I'll share in another message. Diana CARRICO Y-DNA Surname Project Admin

    01/01/2016 12:49:24
    1. Re: [CARRICO-DNA] new member #383654, Muddy River CORBIN, desc/o Clement thru son Jabez
    2. Diana Gale Matthiesen via
    3. Opps. Meant to send this to my CORBIN project. Sorry folks. > -----Original Message----- > From: carrico-dna-bounces@rootsweb.com [mailto:carrico-dna- > bounces@rootsweb.com] On Behalf Of Diana Gale Matthiesen via > Sent: Tuesday, November 24, 2015 3:00 PM > To: CARRICO-DNA@rootsweb.com > Subject: [CARRICO-DNA] new member #383654, Muddy River CORBIN, desc/o Clement > thru son Jabez > > Hello List, > > The third and last new Muddy River CORBIN member is #383654: > > http://dgmweb.net/DNA/Corbin/CorbinDNA-results-HgG.html > > a descendant of Clement CORBIN through his son, Lt. Jabez CORBIN - not the > same > as Jabez CORBIN of Dutchess Co., NY - on this line: > > Clement CORBIN & Dorcas BUCKMASTER > _Lt. Jabez CORBIN & Mary MORSE > __Robert CORBIN & Sarah BLISS > ___Robert CORBIN > ____Benjamin CORBIN > _____Benjamin CORBIN > ______George Henry CORBIN > _______George Benjamin CORBIN > ________George Walter CORBIN > _________Pvt #383654 > > Diana > > > > ------------------------------- > The topic of the CARRICO-DNA list is DNA testing in relationship to surname > CARRICO and its variations. > For messages relating just to CARRICO genealogy, please post to the CARRICO > mailing list. > ------------------------------- > To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to CARRICO-DNA- > request@rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the > subject and the body of the message

    11/24/2015 09:01:16
    1. [CARRICO-DNA] new member #383654, Muddy River CORBIN, desc/o Clement thru son Jabez
    2. Diana Gale Matthiesen via
    3. Hello List, The third and last new Muddy River CORBIN member is #383654: http://dgmweb.net/DNA/Corbin/CorbinDNA-results-HgG.html a descendant of Clement CORBIN through his son, Lt. Jabez CORBIN - not the same as Jabez CORBIN of Dutchess Co., NY - on this line: Clement CORBIN & Dorcas BUCKMASTER _Lt. Jabez CORBIN & Mary MORSE __Robert CORBIN & Sarah BLISS ___Robert CORBIN ____Benjamin CORBIN _____Benjamin CORBIN ______George Henry CORBIN _______George Benjamin CORBIN ________George Walter CORBIN _________Pvt #383654 Diana

    11/24/2015 08:00:01
    1. Re: [CARRICO-DNA] CARRICO #256091, desc/o Matthew Gillaspie CARRICO, orders BigY
    2. Berny via
    3. HI Diana Thanks for the information, Yes my Brothers, Sister and I all have the same Mother, and I did go to the DNA site which has my brothers number so they must have did the test on him, I don't recognize any of the names on my maternal side so I don't see that it helped us at all. No one else seems to be interested in our DNA and I am the one who has paid for all the testing, so guess I will wait and think about it, Thanks though. Berny On Nov 21, 2015, at 11:58 AM, Diana Gale Matthiesen via wrote: > Hello Berny, > > The BigY is usually $575; it's currently on sale for $525. > > The only reason FTDNA would have tested off Daniel's kit would be if you ordered > the test from his member page at the FTDNA web site. If you want to test a new > person, you must order a new kit (open a new account) - do not order when logged > in to someone else's existing account or they will get the test. > > For a female, you would order a new kit (new account) from FTDNA's home page: > > https://www.familytreedna.com/ > > For a male, you would order a kit (open a new account) through the appropriate > surname project, if there is one. If there isn't one, then you would order at > the FTDNA home page (as above). > > But all is not lost, here. If you and Daniel are brother and sister, with the > same biological mother, you should have the same mtDNA test result! There is no > need to mtDNA test you and your sister, unless you have some doubt that the > three of you have the same mother. Although there is a cheaper, more useful way > to find out... > > At this point, the best test for you and your sister (and Daniel) to take is the > Family Finder test. This test is normally $99, but it's currently on sale for > $89. If any of you has a different mother, it should show up in an FF test, > plus you have all the other benefits of an FF test. > > You would order Daniel's FF test by logging into his member page and ordering > the test there. > > To order yours and your sister's tests, you would go to the FTDNA home page > (above) and order a new kit for each one of you. > > Hope this helps, > Diana > >> -----Original Message----- >> From: Berny [mailto:bernadinelundell@gmail.com] >> Sent: Saturday, November 21, 2015 10:54 AM >> To: Diana Gale Matthiesen; carrico-dna@rootsweb.com >> Subject: Re: [CARRICO-DNA] CARRICO #256091, desc/o Matthew Gillaspie CARRICO, >> orders BigY >> >> Hi Diana >> How much does the Big Y test cost? my Brother Danial Carrico and Nephew Montie >> Carricp have both been tested to 111 and as you know we have a direct paper >> trail to Peter 1, I am very discouraged about doing any more DNA testing >> because my Sister and I decided about 2 years ago to do our maternal side and >> sent in the money but I never recieved a kit to be tested, they tested off of >> my brother Dan instead. >> Berny >> >> On Nov 21, 2015, at 8:21 AM, Diana Gale Matthiesen via wrote: >> >>> Hello List, >>> >>> CARRICO #256091 has ordered the BigY, so we will soon have two pairs of >> cousins >>> for comparing the 400+ STRs from the BigY, which should tell us whether they >>> have any potential for identifying lines of CARRICO. >>> >>> Please note, however, that none of these four CARRICOs has a solid paper >>> connection to Peter CARRICO I, the immigrant. Two descend from Matthew >>> Gillaspie CARRICO of Spencer Co., KY, and Panola Co., TX; the other two >> descend >>> from Charles CARRICO of MD, Washington Co., KY, and Sullivan Co., IN. >>> >>> We still need to test at least one individual who has a solid paper >> connection >>> to Peter I. >>> >>> Diana >>> >>> >>> >>> ------------------------------- >>> The topic of the CARRICO-DNA list is DNA testing in relationship to surname >> CARRICO and its variations. >>> For messages relating just to CARRICO genealogy, please post to the CARRICO >> mailing list. >>> ------------------------------- >>> To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to CARRICO-DNA- >> request@rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the >> subject and the body of the message > > > > > ------------------------------- > The topic of the CARRICO-DNA list is DNA testing in relationship to surname CARRICO and its variations. > For messages relating just to CARRICO genealogy, please post to the CARRICO mailing list. > ------------------------------- > To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to CARRICO-DNA-request@rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and the body of the message

    11/21/2015 09:19:49
    1. Re: [CARRICO-DNA] CARRICO #256091, desc/o Matthew Gillaspie CARRICO, orders BigY
    2. Diana Gale Matthiesen via
    3. Hello Berny, The BigY is usually $575; it's currently on sale for $525. The only reason FTDNA would have tested off Daniel's kit would be if you ordered the test from his member page at the FTDNA web site. If you want to test a new person, you must order a new kit (open a new account) - do not order when logged in to someone else's existing account or they will get the test. For a female, you would order a new kit (new account) from FTDNA's home page: https://www.familytreedna.com/ For a male, you would order a kit (open a new account) through the appropriate surname project, if there is one. If there isn't one, then you would order at the FTDNA home page (as above). But all is not lost, here. If you and Daniel are brother and sister, with the same biological mother, you should have the same mtDNA test result! There is no need to mtDNA test you and your sister, unless you have some doubt that the three of you have the same mother. Although there is a cheaper, more useful way to find out... At this point, the best test for you and your sister (and Daniel) to take is the Family Finder test. This test is normally $99, but it's currently on sale for $89. If any of you has a different mother, it should show up in an FF test, plus you have all the other benefits of an FF test. You would order Daniel's FF test by logging into his member page and ordering the test there. To order yours and your sister's tests, you would go to the FTDNA home page (above) and order a new kit for each one of you. Hope this helps, Diana > -----Original Message----- > From: Berny [mailto:bernadinelundell@gmail.com] > Sent: Saturday, November 21, 2015 10:54 AM > To: Diana Gale Matthiesen; carrico-dna@rootsweb.com > Subject: Re: [CARRICO-DNA] CARRICO #256091, desc/o Matthew Gillaspie CARRICO, > orders BigY > > Hi Diana > How much does the Big Y test cost? my Brother Danial Carrico and Nephew Montie > Carricp have both been tested to 111 and as you know we have a direct paper > trail to Peter 1, I am very discouraged about doing any more DNA testing > because my Sister and I decided about 2 years ago to do our maternal side and > sent in the money but I never recieved a kit to be tested, they tested off of > my brother Dan instead. > Berny > > On Nov 21, 2015, at 8:21 AM, Diana Gale Matthiesen via wrote: > > > Hello List, > > > > CARRICO #256091 has ordered the BigY, so we will soon have two pairs of > cousins > > for comparing the 400+ STRs from the BigY, which should tell us whether they > > have any potential for identifying lines of CARRICO. > > > > Please note, however, that none of these four CARRICOs has a solid paper > > connection to Peter CARRICO I, the immigrant. Two descend from Matthew > > Gillaspie CARRICO of Spencer Co., KY, and Panola Co., TX; the other two > descend > > from Charles CARRICO of MD, Washington Co., KY, and Sullivan Co., IN. > > > > We still need to test at least one individual who has a solid paper > connection > > to Peter I. > > > > Diana > > > > > > > > ------------------------------- > > The topic of the CARRICO-DNA list is DNA testing in relationship to surname > CARRICO and its variations. > > For messages relating just to CARRICO genealogy, please post to the CARRICO > mailing list. > > ------------------------------- > > To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to CARRICO-DNA- > request@rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the > subject and the body of the message

    11/21/2015 06:58:19
    1. [CARRICO-DNA] CARRICO #256091, desc/o Matthew Gillaspie CARRICO, orders BigY
    2. Diana Gale Matthiesen via
    3. Hello List, CARRICO #256091 has ordered the BigY, so we will soon have two pairs of cousins for comparing the 400+ STRs from the BigY, which should tell us whether they have any potential for identifying lines of CARRICO. Please note, however, that none of these four CARRICOs has a solid paper connection to Peter CARRICO I, the immigrant. Two descend from Matthew Gillaspie CARRICO of Spencer Co., KY, and Panola Co., TX; the other two descend from Charles CARRICO of MD, Washington Co., KY, and Sullivan Co., IN. We still need to test at least one individual who has a solid paper connection to Peter I. Diana

    11/21/2015 03:21:46
    1. Re: [CARRICO-DNA] CARRICO #256091, desc/o Matthew Gillaspie CARRICO, orders BigY
    2. Berny via
    3. Hi Diana How much does the Big Y test cost? my Brother Danial Carrico and Nephew Montie Carricp have both been tested to 111 and as you know we have a direct paper trail to Peter 1, I am very discouraged about doing any more DNA testing because my Sister and I decided about 2 years ago to do our maternal side and sent in the money but I never recieved a kit to be tested, they tested off of my brother Dan instead. Berny On Nov 21, 2015, at 8:21 AM, Diana Gale Matthiesen via wrote: > Hello List, > > CARRICO #256091 has ordered the BigY, so we will soon have two pairs of cousins > for comparing the 400+ STRs from the BigY, which should tell us whether they > have any potential for identifying lines of CARRICO. > > Please note, however, that none of these four CARRICOs has a solid paper > connection to Peter CARRICO I, the immigrant. Two descend from Matthew > Gillaspie CARRICO of Spencer Co., KY, and Panola Co., TX; the other two descend > from Charles CARRICO of MD, Washington Co., KY, and Sullivan Co., IN. > > We still need to test at least one individual who has a solid paper connection > to Peter I. > > Diana > > > > ------------------------------- > The topic of the CARRICO-DNA list is DNA testing in relationship to surname CARRICO and its variations. > For messages relating just to CARRICO genealogy, please post to the CARRICO mailing list. > ------------------------------- > To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to CARRICO-DNA-request@rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and the body of the message

    11/21/2015 01:54:04
    1. [CARRICO-DNA] FTDNA annual Holiday Sale
    2. Diana Gale Matthiesen via
    3. Hello List, FTDNA is having it's annual Holiday Sale, which will end December 31st. If you've been planning to get tested or planning to upgrade, this is a good time to do it. They are also offering "Mystery Coupons," which you can check out on your FTDNA member page. The coupons vary in value from $5 to $75, and each coupon is valid for one week, then a new coupon at a new amount is issued. The coupon codes are transferable, so if you get a good one you don't intend to use, please share it. These coupons can be added to the already discounted sale prices. I used my biggest current coupon ($25) to purchase the BigY for the 2nd Charles CARRICO descendant. I have some $10 coupons to share if someone needs one. I presume everyone got at least a $5 coupon. Consider also pooling funds with near cousins to get a BigY, discounted $50 during the sale. Diana

    11/17/2015 09:58:12
    1. [CARRICO-DNA] BigY for #160239, desc/o Charles CARRICO of MD > KY > IN
    2. Diana Gale Matthiesen via
    3. Hello List, We have another descendant of Charles CARRICO of Sullivan Co., IN, taking the BigY: #160239. He descends through Charles's son, Josiah, while the one already tested (#143924) descends through Charles's son, Basil. Having the pair tested should tell us more about the potential of 400+ STR markers for unraveling our CARRICOs. That is... The two CARRICOs tested, so far (one desc/o Charles of Indiana and Matthew of Texas), differ by 15. If the second descendant of Charles shares the same or most of the same differences, we will know the test can be used to distinguish CARRICO lines and attached unconnected ones. I'm told another desc/o Matthew is planning to be tested, so we'll have two pairs to compare. Please consider also taking the BigY. Diana

    11/17/2015 09:48:13
    1. [CARRICO-DNA] BigY results for two CARRICO cousins
    2. Diana Gale Matthiesen via
    3. Hello List, As those of you who are long-term members of the CARRICO-DNA mailing list will have noted, things have been rather quiet lately. This is, in part, because things actually have been quiet, but also in part, because I have been extraordinarily busy with personal matters. I apologize for that, and I apologize for the fact that I still haven't had time to educate myself as to how to understand deep SNP analysis, which is a shame because we've now had two of Peter CARRICO's descendants BigY tested. But while my knowledge is still superficial, there are definitely some things even I can report. We've known for a long time that the descendants of Peter CARRICO, 1674 immigrant to Maryland, are a substantial genetic distance from anyone else so far tested. At one time we were told by a Haplogroup J2a project admin that the time to our nearest common ancestor (TMRCA) was calculated to be some 3210 to 4530 YBP (years before present) based on our Y-DNA STR haplotype(s). At one time - don't know if this is still true - we were the only family ever tested who has a value of 10t at DYS425. Now, BigY deep SNP testing has affirmed our rarity and increased our TMRCA. Please go to this web page, which is the Haplogroup J2 branch of the Y-DNA haplotree compiled by YFull: http://yfull.com/tree/J2/ then please do a find in your browser on Y17067, our CARRICO's terminal SNP. Note that we are just two steps (subclades down) from J-M67, which is where FTDNA has long placed us. The two individuals listed under J-Y17067 are our CARRICOs: id: YF03978 is FTDNA Kit #143924 desc/o Charles CARRICO of MD > KY > IN id: YF04066 is FTDNA Kit #145426 desc/o Matthew Gillaspie CARRICO of KY > TX Note first that our subclade of J-Y17067 has "86 SNPs." This is more than any other subclade of J-M67 and more than all but a handful of subclades of the entire J2 haplogroup. That means there are 85 branches in the tree (85 mutations) between us and the previous branch that are missing (i.e., have no living representatives yet tested). We are both rare and distant! On the one hand, this discovery is a letdown because our split off the haplotree is so far back that we're not matching anyone with a known geographic origin, which doesn't do much to narrow down our origin - though it likely will as more people get tested, but we're probably looking at years before we get very far on this score. Still, there is another result that is most welcome - and really exciting, at least for me. Along with all these SNPs, the BigY tests over 400 STRs (markers like FTDNA's standard 111 markers). Not surprisingly, our two CARRICOs match only each other, just as they do at FTDNA. The exciting part is that they differ from each other at 15 of 425 STRs. Fifteen! This many STRs means we can finally do what we/I had hoped to do with 111 markers: trace the unique line of each and every CARRICO! I'll have more to say in other messages, but I wanted to share at least this much good news with you, now. Diana

    11/15/2015 06:33:13